Parx Racecourse - Bet on Philadelphia Park Odds

Parx Casino and Racing is the official name for a race track which used to be Philadelphia Park, with this Pennsylvanian track boasting an enormous casino complex which is the biggest in the state and there is also a first-class thoroughbred horse racing course. This course is one of the leading US horse racing betting venues.

Bet on the Pennsylvania Derby at Parx Racecourse

There are many high-profile Parx races, with the Pennsylvania Derby having first taken place at Philadelphia Park in 1979 and it has been a notable race in the United States of America ever since.

This is a race run over nine furlongs, with three-year-olds lining up to compete for a purse of around $1 million, while this is a race which has had Graded status since 1981, with Parx odds available with all the leading bookmakers.

Trainer Bob Baffert has been excellent in this race and he has delivered in 2018 and 2019 by landing victories with West Coast and McKinzie, while he also scored with Bayern and this horse’s time remains the record in the history of Parx races.

Enjoy Parx Betting Odds for the Cotillion Handicap

In addition to the Pennsylvania Derby, the Cotillion Handicap is also prominent on the Parx racecards and this is another high-profile horse race where horses have been competing on either the Philadelphia Park race cards or the Parx odds since 1969 and it’s a race which attracts several star names.

This is a handicap race for fillies and any three-year-old can enter providing they meet the qualifying requirements, with this being one of the biggest of the Parx races and you can see that there’s a purse of $1 million available.

Street Band won the race in 2019 although this is a race which has often been dominated by crack trainer Steven Asmussen who obliged with victory in the 2018 renewal with Midnight Bisou, while Untapable and My Miss Aurelia are among the other winners.

The History of the Parx Races

Parx race cards are available throughout the season and this was originally called the Keystone Racetrack before being renamed as Philadelphia Park in 1984.

The Pennsylvania Derby now forms part of a three-day horse race meeting, with the Festival lasting the duration of the Labor Day weekend, while there are many bookmakers who offer Parx betting odds to customers on a regular basis.